FR. PRESIDENT ISSUES MEMO RESPONDING TO EO 17
Fray Don Besana, OAR, UNO-R President, issued Memo #055 s. SY 2020-2021, as a response to Bacolod City Mayor’s Executive Order 17, otherwise known as “an order to limit mass gatherings and other activities to help mitigate the prevalent rebound and spike of COVID -19 infections.”. The said memo contains measures to be adopted immediately by the university to maintain a safe and healthy environment. A skeletal workforce system will be observed by all office and maintenance personnel starting April 7 to April 30, 2021. Office hours shall be from 9 am – 4 pm only from Monday to Friday. Employees are to report four days a week. 15-20 persons are limited to do transactions inside the campus. READS scholars will continue to report to duty at a limited number. Online transactions are highly encouraged. Online classes shall continue as scheduled.
… and MEMO APPOINTING THE UNO-R ETHICS BOARD
Fray Don Besana, OAR issued memo #056 s.SY 2020-2021 dated April 7, 2021, appointing the members of the UNO-R Ethics Board upon the recommendation of the Director of the Research and Development Office, endorsement of the Vice President for Academics and approval of the UNO-R School Board. Atty. Ma. Dolores Nalumen -Social Ethics; Mr. Glenn Salve – Biohazard and Laboratory Ethics; Eng. Ashraf Khater – Chemical Safety and Environmental Protection; Atty. Mary Jude Marvel – Legal Ethics; Dr. Anna Lorraine Bantugay – Medical and Community Ethics; and Ms. Sheila dela Cruz – Ethics of Research and Research Referencing and Citation. Their appointments take effect immediately until July 31, 2021